My friend Ruth of SebaSilver has asked for a little advice today.
She usually brightens up our day not only with the fantastic filigree silver jewels her husband designs on the sunny island of Korcula but also with lovely poems she posts now and then in her blog.
Guess most of you have read this lovely poem “Sea-Fever” by John Masefield.
Ruth told me that she doesn’t like the space between each line.
She thinks the formatting of the poem is not properly. And she is right.
We want to have a poem layouted in verses.
The Masefield poem is set up with 4 lines = one verse.
So what to do?
Spaces between the lines!
Just use the so called soft hyphenation SHIFT-Enter
no spaces between lines, just space between verses.
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